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Amos Hostel El Nido

Hostel
Barangay Corong Corong, National Highway, Corong-Corong, Poblacion, El Nido, Philippines, 5313
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Based on 10 traveler reviews
24-Hour Front Desk
Restaurant

Nearby attractions
El Nido Municipal Hall
(1.12 km)
Taraw Cliff
(1.19 km)
Parish of St Francis of Assisi
(1.21 km)
El Nido Dock
(1.43 km)
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Tsarmeyn_
Basic Hostel, Award Winning Staffs
The room was clean, the shared comfort room was not. But what I love about this hostel was how Gretty and husband went above and beyond to assist us when we needed to arrange transport to Duli Beach in the middle of an LPA. Affordable rooms, food should be a bit cheaper though.
- Nov 3, 2017
Kyle A
Meh, pay a little bit more
I have mixed feelings about my stay at Amos Hostel in El Nido. I suppose that compares well with the mixed reviews I read online before booking my stay here. I had a glimmer of hope seeing the hostel was only a year and a half old and thought people were just being too hard on it. Let’s start with the pros and work our way to the cons. The best thing about this place is the staff. They work with smiles, are genuinely happy to see you and do thier best to accomidate. During my visit in the middle of rainy season, an afternoon thunderstorm rolled in. I made my way back to the hostel at the beginning of it and decided to take a nap as it passed by. When I woke up, I walked out to the front patio area and was surprised to see the street was flooded. There was a good 3-4 inches of water surrounding the entrance of the hostel. Instead of going out to find some food, I stood at the steps in awe of the tricycles and other vehicles going by trudging through it. It was pure entertainment for me. After standing there for a few minutes, the staff called me out by name to hand me shoes to cross the water. I told them I was really just enjoying the view for now, but I thought it was a kind gesture. We talked for a bit and they offered a few recommendations, even after learning I was vegetarian. While the hostel says they offer free wifi, a page for their internet provider (Smart) came up alerting me that their wifi data limit has been overused for the billing cycle, and unless someone pays for an upgrade, you can only visit that page. Was it a huge deal? Not really. A bit of an inconvenience, but not the end of the world. Wifi in El Nido is already spotty and I had figured what internet connection I had would be slow. I also look at it as a blessing as well because it forced me to get out and about. Part of the reason I booked my stay here was because it was the cheapest I found online. The bed in my hostel cost me about $9 USD a night for 3 nights ($1350 PHP on booking.com). While I had booked a bed in an 8 bunk room, I was put in a 6 bunk room and I was the only one in there my entire stay so that in some aspects was a bonus. But this was also low season. Now I understand, it’s a hostel, so I try not to expect a whole lot. But like I said earlier, the hostel was just only a year and a half old. My room seemed much older than that. Curtains lined a portion of each bunk, held up by thick fishing line. It’s a bit cheap looking, but again this is a hostel, not the Ritz. However, there were a number of bugs and mosquitos in the room. I won’t dock this entirely from the hostel itself though because we are on an island, and I feel like lots of places have this issue. But it would be nice to have mosquito nets surrounding each of the beds in addition to the curtains. For me, I just sprayed some bug spray on before bed. My biggest gripe is the shower area. It was just simply gross and dirty. There were large dust and dirt bunnies all over the piping. It was something I feel like could be cleaned up by the staff at the hostel. While they are friendly, most of the time they are just watching tv on the front patio. I had to keep reminding myself this is a hostel and I just needed it as a place to sleep. That made things a little bit better. Would I stay here again or recommend it to anyone else? Probably not. I’ll pay a few extra bucks to sleep somewhere else next time. 2/5 stars
Solo travel - Aug 24, 2017
TavellerCan
Good ambience for packapckers
I stayed there from 20th of January till 27th of January.I was welcomed by staffs and they gave me a warm experience.They were very attentive and helpful to me during my stay.Rooms are very hygenic and being cleaned every day in certain hours.You share rooms with 8 different people and there are four different bunks.Air condition works fine, Beside they serve you egg and banana for free of charge.Hostel is located couple minutes from the beach but if you want to go to some interesting beaches, you should take a trycle to get there which will cost you around 1 or 2 dolars.The beach is called Las Cabanas.İf you want you may eat in hostel also, try Chicken Adobo, they cook it very well.İnternet is weak there as all over El-Nido.Staff is ready to asist you for any asistance.Once I cut my foot on Corals and a big wound turned up, staff right away covered it with cream and blaster.İt gave me wonderful experiences.So, do not expect too much luxury, but if you travel alone and look for an affordable accomodation, do not miss AMOS!!! Bşg greetings from Antalya, I hope you remember me from Magnet that I gave you :D
Solo travel - Jul 6, 2017
Joyce_TravelandEat
good for on-the-spot stay
We checked in on-the-spot there around 1am because we really don't know where to stay in El Nido. We got a room for bedspacer's rate of 500php. There are many things I do not like, example: (1) we need to pay another 30php for towel rent, (2) there are only three shower rooms and 2 comfort rooms (3) no free breakfast and the food is pricey and tastes awful. I would only book here if the inns in the "Bayan" are full. The good side is that you can leave your things there after check-out and get a free shower upon return. I did not mind booking there again though. We found out that there are a lot more places to stay in "Bayan".
Friends getaway - May 30, 2017
Lineskousen
Fine
We stayed at Amos for just one night in an 8 bed dorm room. There was very little space in the room, but we liked that there were curtains around the bed for more privacy. Bathrooms and showers could be cleaner. Some showers had very little and only cold water. Free breakfast is included but we didn't try it. Staff was very sweet and helpful, we had a sick girl in our dorm and they bought medicine and food for her and checked on her regularly. Very nice of them. The hostel is not located in El Nido Town but about 10 minutes walk away, that's nice cause you get a bit away from all the noise.
Friends getaway - Mar 6, 2017
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Hotel policy

  • Hotel Services
    • Early Check-in
    • 24-hour Receptionist
    • 24-hour security
    • Late check-out
  • Public Facilities
    • Early check-in
    • Late check-out
    • Restaurant
  • In-room Facilities
    • Cable TV
    • Shower
    • TV
  • General
    • Non-smoking room
    • Smoke free
  • Accessibilty
    • Access friendly
  • Things to Do
    • Outdoor facilities
  • Connectivity
    • Internet point

      Check-in and Check-out Time

      Check-in: 2:00 PM
      Check-out: 12:00 PM

      Location
      Amos Hostel El Nido is located in area / city Corong-Corong.

      The hostel has a very good location, also near the El Nido Airport (ENI), which is only 4.23 km away.

      There are plenty of tourist attractions nearby, such as El Nido Municipal Hall within 1.12 km, and Taraw Cliff within 1.18 km.

      About Amos Hostel El Nido

      For you, travelers who wish to travel comfortably on a budget, Amos Hostel El Nido is the perfect place to stay that provides decent facilities as well as great services.

      Amos Hostel El Nido is the right choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation in Corong-Corong.

      24-hours front desk is available to serve you, from check-in to check-out, or any assistance you need. Should you desire more, do not hesitate to ask the front desk, we are always ready to accommodate you.

      Amos Hostel El Nido is the ideal choice for you who are looking for a comfortable yet affordable accommodation.

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